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13. That's every Dem's hope right now. (nt)
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  -Ted Rall - Cancel the Primaries pruner  Dec-11-03 04:16 AM   #0 
  - Let the media decide??  sandnsea   Dec-11-03 04:22 AM   #1 
  - I don't agree with Rall  ibegurpard   Dec-11-03 05:07 AM   #16 
     - Right. This is worse that Florida.  theboss   Dec-11-03 07:53 AM   #54 
        - This is worse than Florida??!!!  ibegurpard   Dec-11-03 07:54 AM   #55 
        - The argument is fundamentally worse  theboss   Dec-11-03 07:55 AM   #57 
        - Thank you!  PHDiva   Dec-11-03 01:32 PM   #68 
  - Wow , at least I like his comics..  ThirdWheelLegend   Dec-11-03 04:22 AM   #2 
  - his line about "forget the righ leaning centerist crap doesn't wash  bearfartinthewoods   Dec-11-03 06:06 AM   #34 
  - The progression of Ted Rall - Free Thinker to Deanbot  SahaleArm   Dec-11-03 04:30 AM   #3 
  - He's got a great point, though.  BullGooseLoony   Dec-11-03 04:49 AM   #5 
     - Then we should change the name from Democratic to Coronation Party  SahaleArm   Dec-11-03 04:53 AM   #6 
     - You think Ted Rall is working for Rove?  BullGooseLoony   Dec-11-03 05:01 AM   #9 
        - No but why argue against the principles of the Democratic party?  SahaleArm   Dec-11-03 05:04 AM   #14 
           - Do you at least admit that Dean  BullGooseLoony   Dec-11-03 05:10 AM   #17 
              - No - Dean is the front-runner, nothing more, nothing less.  SahaleArm   Dec-11-03 05:16 AM   #18 
                 - But, in voting for Dean,  BullGooseLoony   Dec-11-03 05:37 AM   #22 
                    - Would you consider a candidate legitimate if we annointed him/her?  SahaleArm   Dec-11-03 05:43 AM   #25 
                       - I'm not saying annoint anyone  BullGooseLoony   Dec-11-03 05:51 AM   #28 
                          - The same can be said about any of the canidates...  SahaleArm   Dec-11-03 05:56 AM   #30 
                             - Because Dean has the money  BullGooseLoony   Dec-11-03 06:09 AM   #36 
                                - And that adds up to a whopping support of 15%-25%.  SahaleArm   Dec-11-03 06:12 AM   #37 
                                - Oh, were those "leaders" the ones who authorized Bush  BullGooseLoony   Dec-11-03 06:18 AM   #41 
                                   - Basically you want us to lay down for Trippi-Powered Howard?  SahaleArm   Dec-11-03 06:20 AM   #42 
                                      - Al Gore already did.  BullGooseLoony   Dec-11-03 06:27 AM   #43 
                                         - Al Gore said it so we should obey orders?  SahaleArm   Dec-11-03 06:30 AM   #44 
                                         - Dammit, this isn't about obeying orders.  BullGooseLoony   Dec-11-03 06:32 AM   #45 
                                            - Perhaps some of us disagree?  jumptheshadow   Dec-11-03 06:40 AM   #46 
                                            - Screw the Party  theboss   Dec-11-03 07:54 AM   #56 
                                         - "...Just support Dean, instead of attacking him and  Kool Kitty   Dec-11-03 03:06 PM   #71 
                                - Ted Koppel? Is that you?  ThirdWheelLegend   Dec-11-03 06:13 AM   #38 
                                - LOL *nm*  SahaleArm   Dec-11-03 06:15 AM   #40 
                                - No amount of money will save Dean during the general election. e/o/m  Skwmom   Dec-11-03 06:44 AM   #47 
                                   - the one with the mostest money will win  Marianne   Dec-11-03 08:46 AM   #62 
                                      - So Bush is going to win...he has the mostest money  ThirdWheelLegend   Dec-11-03 03:51 PM   #75 
                                      - It is time to be ruthless. But bagging the primaries is a little  janx   Dec-11-03 04:17 PM   #79 
     - another point would be  ThirdWheelLegend   Dec-11-03 04:55 AM   #7 
     - I don't think anyone thinks that  jpgray   Dec-11-03 05:03 AM   #12 
     - Kucinich very easily  BullGooseLoony   Dec-11-03 05:05 AM   #15 
        - Dennis Kucinich would make America realize Bush's IQ is about 103(nt)  OhioStateProgressive   Dec-11-03 07:33 AM   #51 
     - we need a Repub primary challenger  foktarded   Dec-11-03 05:03 AM   #11 
     - That's every Dem's hope right now. (nt)  jpgray   Dec-11-03 05:03 AM   #13 
     - Rove would be dancing in the street.  Skwmom   Dec-11-03 05:41 AM   #24 
     - Rove IS dancing in the street  BullGooseLoony   Dec-11-03 05:52 AM   #29 
     - Electability and election strategies are key  jumptheshadow   Dec-11-03 06:01 AM   #32 
     - But it's NOT about the money  no name no slogan   Dec-11-03 04:12 PM   #78 
  - I suppose we should just skip the generals too  foktarded   Dec-11-03 04:40 AM   #4 
  - THIS at least is pretty silly  jpgray   Dec-11-03 04:56 AM   #8 
  - Not all of us Deanies feel this way  khephra   Dec-11-03 05:02 AM   #10 
  - Note to campaign managers for Clark, Kerry, et al  jumptheshadow   Dec-11-03 05:26 AM   #19 
  - I think they've  BullGooseLoony   Dec-11-03 05:34 AM   #21 
     - I've lived through a few primaries  jumptheshadow   Dec-11-03 05:37 AM   #23 
  - As more people push for Dean to be the candidate....  deminflorida   Dec-11-03 05:31 AM   #20 
  - Edwards nailed it  jumptheshadow   Dec-11-03 05:43 AM   #26 
     - This Senator  BullGooseLoony   Dec-11-03 06:00 AM   #31 
        - Balancing the budget on the backs of the middle class is a loser.  SahaleArm   Dec-11-03 06:02 AM   #33 
           - All he wants to do is rescind the tax cuts,  BullGooseLoony   Dec-11-03 06:07 AM   #35 
              - It's a politically naive platform that won't play well in the general *nm*  SahaleArm   Dec-11-03 06:14 AM   #39 
              - there is no free lunch  spooky3   Dec-11-03 07:39 AM   #52 
  - Dumb, dumb, dumb  exCav   Dec-11-03 05:49 AM   #27 
  - OMG, I stopped reading right here  eileen_d   Dec-11-03 06:45 AM   #48 
  - Deleted message  Name removed   Dec-11-03 06:46 AM   #49 
  - Cancelling elections == Democracy  WhoCountsTheVotes   Dec-11-03 07:14 AM   #50 
  - . . . .and the horse he rode in on  theboss   Dec-11-03 07:49 AM   #53 
  - Cancelling primaries  jumptheshadow   Dec-11-03 08:33 AM   #58 
  - I hear you  fishnfla   Dec-11-03 04:30 PM   #82 
  - Unfortunately  ThirdWheelLegend   Dec-11-03 05:37 PM   #91 
  - Sorry but  mmonk   Dec-11-03 08:35 AM   #59 
  - Once again Mr. Rall shows his true intellect.  ArkDem   Dec-11-03 08:43 AM   #60 
  - Ted, ted, ted...to think I actually ever respected you and your opinion...  Beaker   Dec-11-03 08:45 AM   #61 
  - whoever has the most money has the best chance  Marianne   Dec-11-03 08:47 AM   #63 
  - Then appoint Bush to a second term because he'll have the most money *nm*  SahaleArm   Dec-11-03 01:05 PM   #67 
     - well  Marianne   Dec-11-03 03:57 PM   #76 
        - exactly what the article said  ThirdWheelLegend   Dec-11-03 05:41 PM   #92 
  - Oy! This ticks me off!  Le Taz Hot   Dec-11-03 08:49 AM   #64 
  - thank you for saying that  fishnfla   Dec-11-03 04:41 PM   #85 
  - No Way  LuminousX   Dec-11-03 08:49 AM   #65 
  - "...Nader...for whom I voted in 1996 and 2000..."  UTUSN   Dec-11-03 09:07 AM   #66 
  - To all of those who are outraged over the idea  bloom   Dec-11-03 01:46 PM   #69 
  - this is disgusting  TorchTheWitch   Dec-11-03 02:56 PM   #70 
  - I don't agree with this  slinkerwink   Dec-11-03 03:08 PM   #72 
  - Once again, another classy post from you  jumptheshadow   Dec-11-03 05:15 PM   #89 
  - "The election's over and we won. Get over it." Sound familiar?  QC   Dec-11-03 03:23 PM   #73 
  - and from someone who voted for Nader  NewYorkerfromMass   Dec-11-03 03:36 PM   #74 
  - If he wins the nomination ~ I will rally around Dean  maddezmom   Dec-11-03 04:03 PM   #77 
  - thanks  slinkerwink   Dec-11-03 04:20 PM   #80 
  - Why the fuck should I take advice from a cartoonist?  mitchum   Dec-11-03 04:23 PM   #81 
  - Crap.  WilliamPitt   Dec-11-03 04:34 PM   #83 
  - what really scares me  meow mix   Dec-11-03 04:38 PM   #84 
  - I like Rall  Uzybone   Dec-11-03 04:44 PM   #86 
  - It ain't over till it's over: the example of the Comeback Kid  dbaker41   Dec-11-03 04:51 PM   #87 
  - Some guy named Tsongas  Uzybone   Dec-11-03 05:04 PM   #88 
     - Also at this time in 1991, Clinton was polling at 4%  ThirdWheelLegend   Dec-11-03 05:44 PM   #93 
  - Don't cancel them, have them simultaneously  Gringo   Dec-11-03 05:31 PM   #90 
     - Vote for Kucinich if you agree with his platform  SahaleArm   Dec-11-03 05:44 PM   #94 
     - What would you be protesting against?  ThirdWheelLegend   Dec-11-03 05:45 PM   #95 
 

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